NEC launches 32ins 4K display

NEC has added to its SpectraView Reference series of monitors with a new 32ins 4K model. The 322UHD is 31.5-inch, and has a 3840 x 2160 resolution.  It uses the latest 10-bit IPS-type IGZO technology, promising wide colour gamut capability covering 99% of AdobeRGB. It allows for 14-bit hardware calibration LUT and good colour accuracy from all viewing angles, complete with Digital Uniformity Control offering improved colour confidence across the whole screen, and a 3D LUT to emulate print colour spaces.

The Reference series are aimed at those applications that demand the most precise colour control, such as prepress, photographers and broadcast video editors.

It comes with a five-year general warranty, and a six month zero defect pixel warranty.






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